New Riders of the Purple Sage Live at Fillmore East on 1971-04-29
- Live concert
- New Riders of the Purple Sage
Running Back To You
I Dont Know You
Fair Chance To Know
Last Lonely Eagle
Honky Tonk Women
This is a "band approved" SBD recording available for download circulation. A wonderful, sublime recording in every way, showcasing the NRPS with Jerry Garcia perfectly.
The SHNs for this NRPS set were taken from this version of the complete show with the Grateful Dead. The SHNs were not seekable. New seekable SHNs were run off of the wavs. Nothing regarding these files was changed beyond making a new seekable SHN set. Added to etree by Noah Weiner
- SBDMR > Alesis Masterlink > CDRx? > EAC > SHN
- New York City, NY
- Soundboard Master Reel
- Transferred by
- A>D by Bill Gadsden
- Fillmore East
Subject: Some great moments.
Subject: Get the night before also
Subject: just one question.
Subject: R.I.P. Mamaduke
What a great frickin songwriter
And that voice
Thanks man for the great music and sweet vibes
Subject: My first FE show
Up in the balcony doesd on some sunshine
Stayed untl Midnight Hour with the mighty PEN about 8 hours after NRPS
Subject: The New Riders of the Purple Sage April 29, 1971 at the Fillmore East, NYC, NY, U.S.A.
If you are using Windows XP the following is for you:
....Holy Smokes...shn files? what? uh...if you are like me and don't know what this crap is, go here and download the converter:
It's easy to convert the shn files to Wave Sound files, just drag and drop them in the Mkw Audio Compression Tool application window and it converts the files automatically. Then you can open the files in Windows Media Player...make a playlist, etc..
You might want to keep your shn files, since they are lossless files from what I am able to decipher in the last 5 minutes I spent out of my life trying to figure out what the heck shn files are...damn audiophiles always chasing the "perfect format" for recording.
Okay to the music...well, if you made it to this page, do I have to tell you it's great? Nope.
I remember seeing the Riders several times in the early 70's with the GRATEFUL DEAD, and their free concert(s) in Central Park in Manhattan, NYC.
Thanks for the Love.
Subject: historic day
it really adds a lot to hear the fullness of the show. jerry was working hard those days, sometimes playing as many as 5 or 6 sets a night!
btw, nrps rocks here, too.
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